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THE SPECTRE!

THE SPECTRE!

is 287,013 A special committee, appointed the Irish Peace Conference on Uicsday. mot yesterday discuss breaches of the truce Ireland. They report the Confereii' to-day."—Extract. The Irish delegates have surrounded themselves with armed guards, who accompany
13 October 1921 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
THE IRISH CONFERENCE.

THE IRISH CONFERENCE.

the questions to discussed is the report by special committee which sat VV ednesaaj with regard the'observance ol the truce m Ireland, and it possible the Sinn Vein representatives may raise the matter the release the Irish internees. Mr. Chamberlain is
13 October 1921 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
IRISH TRUCE. (Joint Effort for Stricter Observation. TO-DAY'S AIR OF CALM. Sinn Feiners Sightseeing and Shopping. One resit!! or ur.te•rla•-

IRISH TRUCE. (Joint Effort for Stricter Observation. TO-DAY'S AIR OF CALM. Sinn Feiners Sightseeing and Shopping. One resit!! or ur.te•rla•-

that a special committee wee appointed to consider lb. various (mintiests retailing to a stricter observation of the truce in Ireland.Tbree repro !tentative% from each side form the committee and they sat this afternoon. At the outset of the oonference
12 October 1921 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
DIRECT TAXATION.

DIRECT TAXATION.

of the truce, its maintenance and estessicai. The Government have been taking a serious view about ths breeches of the truce in Ireland, but the Sinn Fein delegates hare tees, challenging the version 01 Kane ot . the incidents complained about. A curious
14 October 1921 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
IRISH TRUCE

IRISH TRUCE

special committee appointed the Irish Peace Conference consider various questions relating to stricter observation the truce Ireland, met in London yesterday afternoon The Sinn "Fein delegates yesterday took advantage of the lull in negotiations to sightseeing
13 October 1921 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE BUN LEAD THE BM."

THE BUN LEAD THE BM."

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07 October 1921 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
HOPEFUL

HOPEFUL

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15 October 1921 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE CONFERENCE.

THE CONFERENCE.

settlement to examine all the possible methods for reaching one. It has been apparent ever since the institution of the truce in Southern Ireland that the people of that area are greatly longing for peace; a sentiment of which Dail Eireann cannot : but he aware
11 October 1921 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
CROWD MOVED ON*.

CROWD MOVED ON*.

Downing street. the questions today the report by a Special which sat vesterday. with regard to the observance of the truce Ireland, and is powible the Sinn Fein represents lives may rai** the ma’ter of the release of the internees. Mr. Chamberlain was
13 October 1921 - Lincolnshire Echo - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE TRUCE

THE TRUCE

THE TRUCE Unionists and Ireland—Robey in the Ring• Mr. Churchill's "Foreword." THE SO-CALLED - UNIONIST revolt will not be carried far enough to embarrass the Irish negotiations. Breaches of the truce are causing great anxiety, and - Ulster is also alarmed
22 October 1921 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England